What Does ASAS Mean?ASAS means "As Soon As Sensible". ASAS is an acronym used in text-based communications with the meaning "As Soon As Sensible".
ASAS is typically used in response to the use of ASAP ("As Soon As Possible") to make it clear that a task is not of the highest priority and that it should or will receive attention in due course. It is similar in meaning to ASAIC ("As Soon As I Can") and ASAYC ("As Soon As You Can").
Summary of Key Points"As Soon As Sensible" is the most common definition for ASAS on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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Image for ASASWhen I write ASAS, I mean this:
ASAS is often a reminder not to rush.
Examples of ASAS in SentencesHere are examples of ASAS being used in conversations:
- Lackey: I will get onto that ASAP boss.
- Boss: No need to drop anything else. Just get it done ASAS.
- Boss: Get in here ASAP!
- Sales Rep: I'm about to meet one of our most important clients on the other side of the city, it's rush hour and it's snowing. I will get there ASAS. And I'll let you know when that will be.
An Academic Look at ASASASAS is an acronym (i.e., an abbreviation spoken like a word). It is pronounced "Ay-sas". Acronyms differ from initialism abbreviations, which are pronounced using their individual letters.
ASAS is an adverb of time. An adverb of time states when something happened, will happen or how often it happens.
What Did We Use To Say?Before the digital era, we would have just said something like "As Soon As I Can" or "As Soon As Sensible" instead of using ASAS.
Example of ASAS Used in a Text
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